Nick Saban Discusses Complicated Relationship With The Media

Alabama football coach Nick Saban is impossible to predict at the podium.
Sometimes he’ll be a lively and affable firecracker, other times it seems like he’s out for blood. The Crimson Tide win every week, so team performance isn’t an indicator of his behavior in front of the press.
Saban has produced some incredibly memorable moments talking to the media, and on Saturday, he sat down with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi to talk about them.
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Regardless of what the media’s opinion on Saban is, the Alabama faithful absolutely love him. He has coached the Crimson Tide back to dominance, possibly beyond what was seen even under Bear Bryant. When you’re winning, Saban’s attitude with the media is perceived as tough, and the mentality of a winner. But when you’re losing, it’s because you’re cracking under the pressure.
There doesn’t appear to be any indication that the Alabama Crimson Tide are going to start losing.
Which Saban will we see talk to the press after the game?
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